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Smartphone & Tablet Stand

Tablets and smartphones are usually held. But when they’re used for day-to-day learning and in assessments, typing longer answers (on a synced bluetooth keyboard) is more condusive than thumb-typing. If a wireless keyboard is used, the mobile device often needs to be propped up for optimal viewing.

The TPT stand fully adjusts to hold tablets and even larger smartphones to an ergonomically correct angle. Folded up, the stand is no larger than a tv remote. Opened up, its stable base and two-part spine can be molded to prop up tablets such as a Kindle Fire, Galaxy Tab, or iPad in either landscape or portrait modes.

  • Adjusts for optimal viewing in landscape or portrait mode with full/mini-sized tablets and smartphones
  • Grippy rubber prevents accidental “walking”
  • 3-step ratcheted independent movement of each base leg opens to a maximum of 75 degree angle, 6’ tip to tip
  • 8-step ratcheted movement of the upper spine tip
  • 22-step ratcheted movement of spine (at the base) adjusts vertical angle from closed to +180 degrees

TPT
MSRP $11.00

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Computer Peripherals

tpt rearview
Rearview
  • TPT Views
  • Rearview
Product Dimensions7.25 x 1 x 1.25 inches (fully closed)
Span6” base fully outstretched, 7.25” max height
Product WeightActual 3.4 oz, Shipping weight 1 lb., Case
quantity 10 units, shipping 4 lbs, actual 3 lbs.;
Case 19 x 14 x 13”
Warranty1 year - for use in early childhood centers,
schools, businesses, and churches, - unlike
items purchased at consumer electronics
stores whose warranties would be voided if
used in schools.
Updated on: 6/25/15
Blended Learning Wireless Washable Non-Washable
“Our district has a strict technology standard that each student must master touch type by the eighth grade.) We thought that the special coloring and coding on the Kids Keyboard would be very helpful to our kindergarten through second graders. And, we knew by combining the keyboard with our other computer accessories, we could provide our younger students with a safe, computer-based learning center. The students notice the change in how much easier it is for them to type properly. The teachers are happy that their students will not be practicing their 'hunting and pecking' skills moving forward.”
Alison Ostertag
District Literacy Leader
Atchison County Community Schools
Atchison, KS


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